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<h1>What should go on the assessment tool?</h1> <p><strong>Up-front:</strong> A statement about why we are asking for this and what we are going to do with it. Tie back the the organization’s mission.</p> <p><strong>Potential items and things to ask about</strong></p> <p>Gender (nonbinary response options). SPSP categories are: <em> Female / Cis Female </em> Gender Queer / Gender Non-Conforming <em> I'd rather not say </em> Male / Cis Male <em> Not listed (+ text box) </em> Transgender male * Transgender female</p> <p>Nationality / current location</p> <p>Race/ethnicity (US categories? Other?)</p> <p><strong>APA asks:</strong> (are you of Hispanic/Latino(a), or Spanish origin?; select race: white, black/African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian Indian, Chinese, Philippino, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, other Asian, Native Hawaiian, Guamanian or Chamorro, Samoan, Other Pacific Islander, some other race</p> <p>Area of psychology <em> What area(s)? (see APS form or APA form) </em> How to let people indicate multiple categories? Do we need a primary?</p> <p>Sector or type of institution - see APS and/or APA? (Carnegie? Other? Doctoral, masters, baccalaureate; public vs private; minority-serving institutions of various kinds; non-academic: for-profit industry, nonprofit, government) - Current - (if not a trainee) Training institution (where you PhD) - Undergraduate</p> <p>Career stage <em> Kind of program (Bachelors, Masters, Doctoral) and what year did you start it? </em> Years since PhD (for those who have it)</p> <p>Career track * Tenure-track versus research versus adjunct vs. other</p> <p>How long have you been engaged in research? (as a student/trainee etc.)</p> <p>Sexual orientation. SPSP categories: <em> Bisexual </em> Gay <em> Lesbian </em> Heterosexual <em> Rather not say </em> Not listed (+ text box)</p> <p>Political orientation (consider international)</p> <p>Region</p> <p>First generation</p> <p>Socioeconomic background</p> <p>Disability <em> Yes </em> No * Rather not say</p> <p>Religion</p> <p>Age</p> <p>Language (especially English proficiency)</p> <p>Do you use social media?</p> <p>Positions of power - Journal editors - Society board - Department chair/head</p> <h1>Links to other societies' data collection tools + reports and other things you can do with society member data</h1> <p><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19p2ZtsnGRkZibqBQhQVWry1RkobxjhNI40iIW-Av05c/edit?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">Spreadsheet of societies</a></p> <p><a href="http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0146167216688213" rel="nofollow">Johnson et al. Sage on the Stage: Women’s Representation at an Academic Conference. Published in PSPB.</a></p> <p><strong>With notes about what they ask about</strong></p> <p><a href="http://www.psychologicalscience.org/redesign/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/2017_APS_App_MAI17_pdf.pdf" rel="nofollow">Association for Psychological Science</a> <em> Race/ethnicity </em> Highest degree attained and where <em> Major field </em> Employment sector</p> <p><a href="http://spsp.org/sites/default/files/Membership%20Diversity%20December%202016.pdf" rel="nofollow">Society for Personality and Social Psychology</a> <em> Race/ethnicity </em> Gender <em> Sexual Orientation </em> Disability <em> Country </em> Year Doctorate Received </p> <h1>What could we (or SIPS) do with this data, and what are issues or concerns to consider?</h1> <h2>Issues and concerns to consider</h2> <p>What we ask (and how we ask it) serves a signaling function - tells people what we value knowing about people, how we think about it (e.g. shortcomings of "other") </p> <p>Pros and cons of a longer versus shorter form - will it slow down the sign-up process? versus advantages of getting the info when everyone is in the system. Possibility of a 2-stage assessments: a few questions during signup, and then an emailed questionnaire later?</p> <p>Make all questions optional, form doesn't require you to mark answers</p> <p>Privacy and reidentifiability versus making the data open</p> <p>Intersectionality sometimes gets lost in aggregate data; how can we make the intersectionality in the data usable in reports and applications?</p> <h2>What could we possibly do with this data</h2> <p>Evaluate how SIPS is doing in relation to its organizational goals around diversity</p> <p>If we can track the same people year-to-year in the dataset, can track dropout and pipeline leaks</p> <p>Linkage to full SIPS member dataset so we can connect to other information about members</p> <p>Ability to analyze conference presenters, award recipients</p> <p>Outreach – soliciting for awards</p>
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